City of Nogales, Sonora hosts Winter Fest - Tucson News Now

City of Nogales, Sonora hosts Winter Fest

NOGALES, SONORA, MEXICO (Tucson News Now) -

Nogales, Sonora is devising strategies to bring its neighbors back to town.

City leaders said tourism has taken a severe hit because people continue to think the area is too dangerous.

The tourism board is holding its Winter Fest Nov. 15 and Nov. 16. Events started off with a boxing match between U.S. and Mexican fighters and will continue with salsa dancing, live music and cultural activities.

For more information on the events, click here.

For pictures of the boxing matches and other events, click here.

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